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" The dreadful call of macer, like a horn, The agent, tottering from some humble shed, The lawyer's claron, like the cock's, at morn, No more shall rouse them from their lowly bed. For them no more the agent's lamp shall burn, Or busy clerk oft' ply his... "
Ajax His Speech to the Grecian Knabbs, from Ovid's Metam. Lib.XIII ... - Page 6
by Ovid - 1755 - 51 pages
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The Court of Session Garland, Parts 1-2

James Maidment - Law - 1839 - 154 pages
...shall burn, Or busy clerk oft' ply his evening care, No counsel run to hail their quick return, (.'r long their client's envied fees to share. Oft' did...broke. How keenly did they, then, their clients shield ! How bow'd the laws beneath their sturdy stroke ! Let not derision mock their useful toils, Forensic...
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Parodies of the Works of English & American Authors, Volume 5

English wit and humor - 1888
...dreadful call of macer, like a horn, The agent, tottering from some humble shed, The lawyer's claron, like the cock's, at morn, No more shall rouse them...wishes yield, And knotty points their stubborn souls oft1 broke. How keenly did they, then, their clients shield ! How bow'd the laws beneath their sturdy...
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The Court of Session Garland

James Maidment - Law - 1888 - 276 pages
...dreadful call of macer, like a horn, The agent, tottering from some humble shed, The lawyer's claron, like the cock's, at morn, No more shall rouse them...broke. How keenly did they, then, their clients shield ! How bow'd the laws beneath their sturdy stroke ! Let not derision mock their useful toils, Forensic...
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The Court of Session Garland

James Maidment - Law - 1888 - 276 pages
...often sleeps. 1 The dreadful call of macer, like a horn, The agent, tottering from some humble shed, For them no more the agent's lamp shall burn, Or busy...broke. How keenly did they, then, their clients shield! How bow'd the laws beneath their sturdy stroke! Let not derision mock their useful toils, Forensic...
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Parodies of the Works of English & American Authors, Volume 5

English wit and humor - 1888
...bed. For them no more the agent's lamp shall burn, Or busy clerk oft' ply his evening care, No ĞMM*I run to hail their quick return, Or long their client's envied fees to share. Off did the harvest to their wishes yield, And knotty points their stubborn souls oft' broke. How keenly...
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